"WHY IS IT THAT
we value diversity in nature,
but fear it in ourselves & others?"
IT'S TIME FOR A PARADIGM SHIFT.
Dive into the fascinating world of autism, where the mind operates on its unique wavelength. Uncover the crucial shift needed in the autism community – why continue with conventional strategies when understanding the autistic lens opens up a realm of connection and comprehension?
Join parents, therapists, teachers, and autistic adults along with Making Sense of Autism on a journey of discovery as we explore the wisdom of Autistic adults, paving the way for a more inclusive and empathetic understanding of the autistic mind. It's time to truly see, hear, and understand from their perspective.
LISTEN & LEARN FROM AUTISTIC ADULTS WITH OUR MINI-COURSE:
Meet Susan Golubock, an Autistic adult and retired Occupational Therapist. Our mini-course, "The Autistic Brain: Making Connections by Changing Your View," offers a unique blend of personal and professional insights. Dive into Susan's experiences; each story is more than a lesson—it's a journey.
This isn't your typical course; it's a quick guide to understanding, compassion, and connection. Susan's anecdotes aren't just informative; they're emotional windows.
For parents and school professionals, it's not just a learning tool; it's a bridge between the conventional and extraordinary. The Autistic Brain isn't just a title; it's a promise to unlock potential, creating an environment where Autistic students thrive.
Join us on this quick emotional rollercoaster, where understanding transforms into empathy. This course isn't just about changing perspectives; it's about rewriting the narrative for Autistic individuals. Quick, impactful, and transformative—redefine support in a flash.
What is it that you feel you learned from this course that you can use in your daily interaction with the autistic(s) you interact with?
"I need to be more intentional with my teaching autistic children and teach them based on both their interests and expand on what they know."
"...utilize strengths for learning;
observe and offer support
in the moment."
Embark on a fantastic journey with "Making Sense of Autism"!
This educational and support program is for Autistic individuals, parents, therapists, teachers, and anyone who wants to learn more about Autism. Imagine having wise guides, incredible resources, and friends who understand. It's like having a superhero team to help you with everything!
Joining is like being part of a big family where everyone cares about each other. It's not just a mindset; it's a place where you can learn, grow, and make incredible connections.
Come be a part of something amazing – join "Making Sense of Autism" now by being a part of our training or coaching!
*Virtual services throughout the US, In-Person support in the Greater Denver, CO, and Phoenix, AZ Areas
TO MAKE THIS PARADIGM SHIFT SUCCESSFUL, WE NEED TO UNDERSTAND EACH OTHER.
To help non-autistics see, and appreciate,
what life is like
To help non-autistics
recognize that autism is a spectrum disorder composed
of vastly different individuals who need to be understood,
supported and appreciated
To help non-autistics work
with autistic individuals to achieve goals using strategies and sources of motivation
that are meaningful
and desired by
the autistic individual.
Making Sense of Autism &
The Neuro-Strengths-Based Support for Autism Framework
Unlock the potential of every learner with our groundbreaking framework! Developed by combining research and lived experiences of autistic individuals. This framework helps you understand how the autistic brain works. Plus, it shows you how to use strengths to learn new things.
By tapping into what an individual already knows, what they can do, and their aspirations, our paradigm-shifting framework not only provides a deeper understanding but also fuels the motivation needed to acquire new skills. Elevate learning experiences and embrace a tailored approach that celebrates individual strengths for educational success.
"Throughout my time of working with Autistic individuals, I have looked for the best strategies to help each person meet their individual goals. I can honestly say, once introducing strategies from the Neuro-StrengthsTM Based Support for Autism, I now see joy rather than aversion in my clients as well as an increase in desire to engage and learn.
Identifying and building on strengths to teach important skills
has really made a significant difference."
–SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY ASSISTANT
TRAINED IN NSBSA